Mitochondrial disease is a disorder of energy production. Mitochondrial disease can manifest as any disease in any organ at any age. The mitochondria are present in almost every cell in our bodies. Defective mitochondria are unable to completely burn food and oxygen in order to generate energy. To learn more about mitochondrial disease go to http://mitoaction.org/mito-faq.
MitoAction provides support to patients and families to help navigate the daily and often difficult journey of living with mitochondrial disease.
PO Box 51474
Boston, MA 02205
Phone: 888-648-6228 (Main Line)
Help Line: 888-648-6411
The Mitochondria Research and Medicine Society - A nonprofit international organization of scientists and physicians. The purpose of MRSis to find a cure for mitochondrial diseases by promoting research on basic science of mitochondria, mitochondrial pathogenesis, prevention, diagnosis and treatment through out the world.
"Support for families by families"
PO Box 55322
Birmingham, AL 35294
The United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation (UMDF) - Promotes research and education for the diagnosis, treatment and cure of mitochondrial disorders and to provide support to affected individuals and families.
8085 Saltsburg Road, Suite 201
Pittsburgh, PA 15239
Mitochondria Research Articles Portal - Recent mitochondria literature is highlighted with this tool. The mitochondria articles are arranged according to their previous or expected citation rate. This allows you to quickly identify the most important articles in the field. Articles are updated daily and advance publications are shown before they appear in MedLine.
Tools for living better on home IV and tube feedings.
Mitochondrial Disease Frequently Asked Questions - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Fact Sheet last updated on: 12/14/2016
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